Lazio president Claudio Lotito warned of severe treatment for less than perfect players, and it seems like he is pushing on with his plans to restore order and discipline as he fines Juan Pablo Carrizo.
Argentinean paper Ole claims the Biancocelesti have slapped the goalkeeper with a €20,000 fine for his recent public outburst against the club.
Carrizo used tough words against Lazio as he lamented his lack of action this season. The Argentinean went on to claim that he was treated like a baby, and that his philosophy was different to that of the club's. The goalkeeper has been left out of the first team by coach Delio Rossi who has preffered Nelson Muslera in goal.
Reports suggest the custodian will be shown the door by fiery president Lotito who has already warned the player in the past.
Il Corriere Dello Sport reported earlier this week that Carrizo could be used in a swap deal with Atletico Madrid for Maxi Rodriguez. Lazio's move to punish players comes just 24 hours after Lotito warned he would not be paying any wages to those who went off on a tangent, rather than respect the club's policies.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com